The support for the Labor Party in the UK continues to increase as there was a fall of 14 points for the lead of the Conservative party while compared to the lead of 20 points one week earlier. This was revealed by the poll of the ICM that further elaborated that the Labour party was strengthening its hold in some of the voting districts with a very close contest, as quoted by the Indian Express.
The Guardian newspaper’s poll has said that the ruling Conservative party lost 1% of the voters’ support to reach 47% while the Labor Party gained 5% points to reach 33%.
Theresa May was obligated to withdraw one of the most disputed vows after there was a very cold response from the voters regarding her proposal to compel the aged individuals to shell out more pounds in return for their social care.
After Theresa May had announced the snap general election in the UK, polls had predicted a huge victory for her Conservative Party. However, the lead of the ruling party in the run-up to the elections is diminishing in the recent days after both the Conservative and Labor parties declared their manifestos – the pre-election policy plans.
Martin Boon the Director of the ICM has said that after the announcement of the manifestos by both the parties in the UK, weekend polling has indicated that it is a resurgent Labor party now and no more a distant one.
ICM also explained that more than one year has elapsed since its poll was held that had given 33% votes to the Labor Party and it has now gained points in several political districts and trails by mere 3% points while compared to the earlier shortfalls of 20 to 17 points. This implies that it is no more going to be a huge victory margin for the Conservative party now, added ICM.
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